LibreOffice 7.5 Help
These commands apply to the current document, create a document, open an existing document, or close the application.
Creates a new LibreOffice document.
Opens a local or remote file, or inserts text from a file. Opening multiple files is possible.
Lists the most recently opened files. To open a file in the list, click its name.
Closes the current document without exiting the program.
Guides you through creating business and personal letters, faxes, agendas, and more.
Lets you organize and edit your templates, as well as save the current file as a template.
Replaces the current document with the last saved version.
Saves and organizes multiple versions of the current document in the same file. You can also open, delete and compare previous versions.
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Saves the current document in a different location, or with a different file name or file type.
Saves a copy of the actual document with another name or location.
Saves all modified LibreOffice documents.
Saves the current document with a different name and format to a location that you specify.
Sends a copy of the current document to different applications.
Creates a temporary copy of the current document in HTML format, opens the system default Web browser, and displays the HTML file in the Web browser.
Displays a preview of the printed page or closes the preview when in preview mode.
Prints the current document, selection, or the pages that you specify. You can also set the print options for the current document. The printing options can vary according to the printer and the operating system that you use.
Select the default printer for the current document and change printing options.
Displays the properties for the current file, including statistics such as word count and the date the file was created.
Adds and removes digital signatures to and from your document. You can also use the dialog to view certificates.
Closes all LibreOffice programs and prompts you to save your changes. This command does not exist on macOS systems.